Hi All! I've been interested in getting some feedback as to great anti-aging moisturizers. I'm currently in my late 20s with combination(t-zone)/dry (cheeks) skin. I've been using Perricone MD Pre-Empt Oil-Free Moisturizer for nighttime use and have had much success with that, but I would love some suggestions for a great daytime moisturizer containing SPF but still having some anti-aging benefits that come with it. I'm also interested in delving into day and nighttime serums along with eye creams/oils. My wedding is coming up in a year and I would love to get a head start into bettering my skin now rather than later! Any suggestions are greatly appreciated, thank you!
I have had Co2 laser for my wrinkles. And now use Microneedling at home to keep the collagen production. What serums (for use right after) or heave moisturizers ( a few hours later) have other seem help with? I just started iwth a copper pepitide with apple stem cell to help with collagen growht. Anything else? I also heard after the serum an hour or so after you should have strong anti-aging moisturizer.
Lucky me, I am absolutely middle aged 😡 Makeup has become no fun at all. Any ideas for a medium coverage foundation that is not powdery or matte finished. It should not settle in lines, not maximize pores, and work for dry skin. I have most recently used tinted moisturizer-but it is not doing the job!
Hi all! I got a sample of the Shiseido Ultimate Eye Power Infusing Eye Concentrate and have been loving it, but it says its a pretreatment? Does that mean I still need eye cream on top of that? If yes, then I am debating between the Shiseido Beneficence Intensive Eye Contour Cream and the Shiseido Beneficence nutrient Eye Serum? Any suggestions? If other brands are good I would love to hear some options. I noticed the skin under my eye has been getting more wrinkly and dry so anything to help combat those problems
Is it okay to use night cream for both day and night? I am in my late forties and I have large expression lines. I have not found a product that truly works for me. I thought maybe if I tried this, I might see a difference. Any recommendations on products? I would like to stay around the $65-75 price point. Thank you!!
So I recently switched from Murad anti-aging/anti-acne treatment (wash, treatment, moisturizer) which I had been using for over a year, to Drunk Elephant. Went all-in on the glycolic, merula oil at night, vit C in the AM. And my pores starting getting clogged/blackheads showing up again, started getting breakouts I'd go back to the Murad but didn't feel it was treating my increasing fine lines and dark spots. Advice on a better combination of items? If I do nothing, I break out. J
I would like to find a skin care line that helps remove dark spots, fine lines, puffy under eye and uneven skin both in color and tone for a normal skinned 50 something lady that wants to look youthful, any suggestions?
Hi! I've never tried retinol but with my uneven skin tone and post acne marks around my hairline, I think it's time. I also spent too much of my twenties skipping sunscreen, determined to prove that my fair skin could tan. It didn't, and that mistake is starting to show. I plan on trying philosophy's help me but am open to others (I see lots of recommendations for Peter Thomas Roth and Dr. Dennis Gross.) I understand the importance of following retinol with moisturizer, but I'm unsure of which one. I've started using philosophy's hope in jar night which contains glycolic acid. I'm concerned this combination might be too much but also don't want to use something comedogenic as my skin is dry yet prone to breakouts. If it helps, I use First Aid Beauty face wash usually twice a day followed by renewed hope in a jar and BB cream with spf (am) and hope in a jar night (pm) as mentioned above. Thanks for taking the time to read this. All suggestions welcome and appreciated!
I am 27 years old, going on 28 in 2 months. I want to continue with anti-aging and wrinkle-prevention skincare. However, I have oily skin and still get blemishes on my cheekbones and have an oily forehead. Is there a moisturizer that can have the anti-aging and wrinkle-prevention effects without causing excess oil on my skin? Thank you!
I was randomly reading about a new mirror introduced at CES (the HiMirror) that scans your face and analyzes your skin and it had mentioned that there are a number of apps out there that can also do something similar, but I haven't found them.
Hello lovely beauty people, I am in my mid twenties and wanted to know of an eye cream you would recommend. My skin under my eyes is normal and while very tiny wrinkles are there I want to get on the preventive train. In the morning I have very almost light grey tone under my eyes but goes away after a few minutes so I don't really count those as dark circles yet but wanted to include that fact. As for masks I have very dry skin and I love Origins Drink Up hydration mask I actually use it as a nightly mositrizer sometimes instead of the argan serum by Josie. My skincare is very simple limited products, my cleanser is the simple brand. I wear sunscreen and bare minerals powder makeup, so nothing heavy on my face usually. If the products could be free from any bad stuff that would be great. Your thoughts are appreciated Spoiler (Highlight to read)
I am looking recommendation for anti aging skin care products. I am 30 and have dry, sensitive, uneven skin. I would like to buy a set so I can try the entire line plus more budget friendly. I am looking for complete regimen (Eye cream, Face wash, Serum, Moisturizer). I was told Drunk Elephant, Dr. Jart and Tatcha are among the good ones.
The only reason I'm using L'oreal Revitalift and Garnier Ultra Lift is because they have retinol but I'm on the hunt for a more natural product with retinol; both of these products burn my skin when it's even minorly irritated and they're obviously full of chemicals; any suggestions for a frugal person? There was also something besides retinol which is supposed to be the second best thing for the skin but obviously I'm new to all this so thanks for any help with any of this!
I tried a sample of clarins instant smooth perfecting today and really liked it. I did not wear foundation or other makeup with it, just the serum, and I love the way my skin feels. I'm 54 and never considered using a primer or serum before. I'd like to consider a couple different brands or products. Ingredients are important to me too. What should I consider?
What is the difference? I started with a Fusion PM, and saw some changes, but admittedly saw 3% in the retinoid (vs 1.5% in Fusion PM) and wanted a stronger serum (note for some reason my skin can take whatever you throw at it, not sensitive at all). I haven't seen massive differences in using them. What is the difference between them? Really I am just looking for a good PM serum that will get rid of fine wrinkles, and tighten pores. I definitely need more collagen production. If there is something else that would work better I am open! I am using PR because I was using the unwrinkle pads and toner.
Hi! I'm recently engaged and need some advice for the best, most effective product for eliminating those ugly lines/wrinkles on my forehead before engagement photos and wedding photos. Of course I'll be drinking more water, but I need a product that will really take those fine lines off my forehead. I'm willing to spend up to $150 for a product that is a proven gamechanger and will have lasting results if I use now through my December 2017 wedding. I'd like some improvement for engagement photos in 3 months, ideally. Being very honest- I have average skin with some pores I wouldn't mind shrinking, but no acne or crazy oily/dryness. I'm really bad about skincare, but I'm trying to be good about using my Chanel foaming milk cleanser, Chanel line repair serum, and I don't have any moisturizer I love that I've found. HELP!
I'm in my early 30's and have decided to stop using my drugstore moisturizer and switch to an anti-aging skincare line (eye cream and daily moisturizer and/or serum). I want one that is FREE OF PARABENS AND PHTHALATES. My skin is normal and i have no brown spots or major wrinkles but i want to start using something before I start getting wrinkles. I have been researching Perricone MD and FRESH but have read many reviews that perricone MD causes alot of rashes and that Fresh dries out skin (probably because Glycerin is one of the first ingredients) Any thoughts? I have also been looking at DRUNK ELEPHANT Shaba Complex™ Eye Serum, Dr Dennis Gross Skincare Triple Correction Eye Serum, OLE HENRIKSEN Truth Serum® Vitamin C Anti-Aging Collagen Booster and CAUDALIE Premier Cru The Eye Cream . Thoughts? Any suggestions on other brands? They don;t all have to be from the same brand...could be one brand of eye cream and another brand for the serum, etc. Oh and im currently breast feeding so cant use anything with retinol right now but am open to suggestions to use once im done. Please help with any advice!
So recently I have notice that I have some fine lines appearing on my forehead lately. Usually my skin is normal/combination. It can get really dry during the winter but oily in the summer. These fine lines are really bugging me out lately and I just don't know if I should be using an anti-aging product or something else... like a exfoliator. I was curious to know if anybody else was having a similar situation and what product there were using to treat there problem area. Any recommendations would help. Thanks.
Does anyone like the Renewed Hope In A Jar moisturizer? I tried a sample of it and I felt like it made my skin feel smoother/less bumpy...only tried it the one time tho. I am thinking of ordering it but would like to hear other people's opinion on it.
Has anyone ever taken collagen supplements that are suppose to help with fine lines and wrinkles? I have seen them in the store and they are about $60 for one month which is a lot to me. I have done a ton of research and some say they do work, others say they are a waste of money. Just wondering if anyone has had any experiences with these supplements? Don't want to waste my money if it's just a load of crap